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Spanish protests show the way... Revolt against austerity

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28.5.11

 

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Siân Ruddick: Spanish protests show the way... Revolt against austerity

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28.5.11

 

The mass protests that have erupted across Spain against austerity and corruption are an inspiration to people fighting back everywhere.

 

Who says?

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28.5.11

 

Quotes from the week's news

 

Bahrain regime targets students

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28.5.11

 

Several Bahraini people living in Britain are being forced to sign documents pledging their loyalty to the king of Bahrain and promising not to protest.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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28.5.11

 

Old jokes in a modern setting

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim: Not even a super-injunction can stop Spain

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28.5.11

 

Editorial: Across Europe, this is one fight

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28.5.11

 

The austerity plans of Europe’s elite are devastating lives, pushing economies further into crisis—and sparking mass protests.

 

Editorial: Libya: the costly, slippery slope of 'humanitarian intervention'

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28.5.11

 

The bombing of Libya’s capital Tripoli has intensified. Across Libya, civilians are dying in massive Nato air attacks as well as in bombardments by Gaddafi’s regime.

 

Jonathan Neale: Obama tries to hijack revolutions

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28.5.11

 

Barack Obama made a speech on the Middle East on Thursday of last week. He promised a big change in US foreign policy. Obama’s words allied him with the Arab revolts, and compared them to the American Revolution and the Civil Rights Movement.

 

Zaher Laham: Syrian women defy regime's repression

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28.5.11

 

Women are playing a vital role in the uprising in Syria. Women go out to demand the release of their sons or husbands, or to demand lifting the sieges imposed on some cities.

 

Jan Májícek: Prague says: 'Cairo made it, so can we'

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28.5.11

 

Over 48,000 people marched in Prague last week against cuts. The protest was organised by the CMKOS and ASO union federations, and the anti-cuts ProAlt initiative.

 

Anne Alexander: Egypt's doctors strike to heal the health service

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28.5.11

 

A second national strike by doctors affected outpatient services in hospitals across Egypt on Tuesday of last week. Pay and conditions are at the heart of the strike.

 

Siân Ruddick: Spain: camped on the streets for jobs and democracy

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28.5.11

 

Tens of thousands of protesters in towns and cities across Spain have flooded onto the streets. The movement shows that resistance to the global economic crisis has taken a new, militant and imaginative turn.

 

Spain: How thousands are organising

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28.5.11

 

Mass assemblies take place in the camps every evening. They involve everyone present.

 

Solidarity with Spanish protests across Britain

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28.5.11

 

Solidarity protests have sprung up in towns and cities across Britain.

 

Luke Stobart: ‘No house, no job, no pension, no fear’ – what lies behind Spanish revolt

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28.5.11

 

Young people are at the centre of the dramatic Spanish revolt that exploded a week before last Sunday’s municipal and regional elections.

 

Viv Smith: After Ken Clarke's rape comments – we must defend the right to say no

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28.5.11

 

Justice secretary Ken Clarke’s comments about rape rightly caused an outcry last week. He was talking about a proposal to cut sentences for rapists in cases where the accused admits their guilt.

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: Will there finally be justice for Stephen Lawrence?

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28.5.11

 

Two of the racist gang members suspected of murdering black teenager Stephen Lawrence are to go on trial this November—18 years after his death.

 

The murder that revealed extent of police racism

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28.5.11

 

The battle to find the killers of Stephen Lawrence transformed public opinion about the police and state institutions.

 

Letters

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Women not to blame for rape and assault – Royal Irish visit a sign of disease – Israeli unions are no model for Egyptian struggle – 'Science' should not be an excuse for racism – Tories target disabled people – Plymouth confronts Atos – Don’t become complacent (BNP) – Don’t let the Tories bite – Resist like the shipbuilder

 

Yuri Prasad: Resisting the plot against the NHS

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28.5.11

 

The NHS is under serious attack from the Tories and faces rampant privatisation. Colin Leys, co-author of a new book on the NHS, spoke to Yuri Prasad about what the cuts mean—and how this is the logical conclusion of policies pursued by New Labour.

 

Rachel Eborall: 'The Plot Against the NHS': Essential reading for the battles ahead

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28.5.11

 

The Plot Against the NHS is a fascinating book and is essential reading for anyone who is trying to understand what is happening to our health service. It goes through the moves that successive governments have made to introduce the market into the NHS.

 

What Socialists Say: Why do strikes matter and how do they win?

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28.5.11

 

Resistance to the Tories’ war on ordinary people is springing up everywhere. It’s there in the huge marches, such as the one organised by the TUC in March, and in smaller protests, such as those targeting businesses or councils.

 

Simon Basketter: From New Labour to Blue Labour

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28.5.11

 

As Labour leader Ed Miliband decides to hitch a ride on the ‘Blue Labour’ bandwagon, Simon Basketter looks at how conservative ideas are sweeping the party.

 

Book review: Beauty is in the Street: Riotous art emerged from Paris 1968

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28.5.11

 

A new book, Beauty is in the Street, celebrates the Paris uprising of May 1968 through posters.

 

Sadie Robinson: Conel cuts are an attack on working class education

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28.5.11

 

Tory cuts threaten to destroy thousands of education jobs—and drive working class people out of education.

 

Dave Gibson: Students and workers unite at Barnsley College

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28.5.11

 

Lecturers at Barnsley College were stunned to be told on Thursday of last week that at least 31 of us were facing compulsory redundancy. This is on top of 19 voluntary redundancies, so 25 percent of lecturers would go in total.

 

Battle is on to stop destruction at London Met

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28.5.11

 

Lecturers at London Metropolitan University started a ballot for strikes on Monday. If they vote yes, workers could be out on strike next month.

 

Gareth Lane: Sheffield strikes!

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28.5.11

 

Members of the UCU union at Sheffield College took part in six days of strikes last week. The strikes were spread across three further education colleges.

 

Tom Walker: Fiery debate among firefighters at FBU conference

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28.5.11

 

Delegates to the FBU firefighters’ union conference last week backed a national strike over pensions—just not yet.

 

Ken Olende: London post workers in big vote for strikes

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28.5.11

 

Postal workers in London have voted to strike against closures, with 79 percent in favour of action on a 54 percent turnout.

 

Dave Barnes: TSSA rail workers' conference decides unity is vital

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28.5.11

 

The TSSA rail workers’ union conference finished just before the McNulty Report on the railways was published last week.

 

PCS conference: mood to resist defines debates

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28.5.11

 

Delegates to the PCS civil service workers’ union met last week in the charged atmosphere of resistance to government cuts.

 

Patrick Ward: 30 June: A day to take on the Tories

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28.5.11

 

Pressure is mounting on the government after the PCS civil service workers’ union voted last week to ballot for strikes on 30 June. The 270,000 PCS members are now set to join education unions and others on a “day of rage” against the Tories.

 

Paul McGarr: School by school, the organising is going on

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28.5.11

 

Conversations are happening across Tower Hamlets to organise 30 June strikes. “I’ll phone these two schools and visit this one.”

 

'Teachers want to vote yes and strike'

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28.5.11

 

Debs Gwynn is the NUT equalities officer for St Helen’s district. She told Socialist Worker that the ballot has galvanised teachers.

 

Jim Wolfreys: UCU conference: Union must keep up the fight

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28.5.11

 

The UCU union goes into its Congress this weekend in the midst of several national disputes and on the back of a national strike on 24 March.

 

Ken Olende: CWU conference unanimously votes to support London fightback

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28.5.11

 

CWU postal conference has unanimously voted for postal workers nationally to actively support CWU members in London. London has just voted to strike against closures and redundancies.

 

Students defy police to protest at Barnsley College cuts

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28.5.11

 

Over 400 Barnsley College lecturers and students demonstrated through the south Yorkshire town yesterday, Wednesday, to protest at a threat to make 25 percent of the college’s lecturers redundant.

 

Sadie Robinson: Islington teachers strike against redundancies

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28.5.11

 

Teachers at Islington Arts and Media School in north London struck today, Thursday, against management plans to impose compulsory redundancies on four workers.

 

Free gay Tanzanian activist Edson Cosmas threatened with deportation from Britain

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28.5.11

 

The UK border Agency is trying to deport a gay man back to Tanzania in east Africa where he faces arrest and persecution. Edson Cosmas came to study in Britain in 2006.

 

Message from the reclaimed camp in Barcelona: We will not be moved

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28.5.11

 

Message from the “Camp Of The Indignant”, Barcelona 27 May following the attempt to occupy the Plaça Catalunya by the riot police, on the orders of the Catalan Government Security Minister Felip Puig.

 

Egypt: Hossam el-Hamalawy and Reem Maged called before military judges

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28.5.11

 

Mena solidarity has just issued this statement: We condemn the decision to refer journalists Hossam el-Hamalawy and Reem Maged for questioning by military judges on Tuesday 31 May in relation to their discussion of violations of human rights by the Egyptian military police and the ruling Supreme Military Council on Reem’s political talkshow which aired on ONTV on 26 May 2011.

 

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